Question about 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Possible failure of the main controller unit or the lines from the main controller unit. The main unit must be taken out at the driver door and checked for the lines leading to the other sections to be open or if the controller unit command is not working.
For every selection of the switch the controller must send the message to the independent units . Since the individual units are also not working the power to these units must be checked for a possible failure.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
durangos have many problems with the windows motors and regulators, I know for personal experience , because I have one, ...when you try rolling the windows down do you hear any noise coming from inside the door..if so.. the cable is busted ..you will need the windows regulator, if no, is probably the motor..you will have to check for power and ground right at the motor connector...if power and ground are present, then you need a motor ....in mine ,I pull the motor and cleaned , and they have been fine for more than a year, I starter with one and them had to do the same to all of them..hope this help
Posted on Aug 02, 2009
Remove the door panel, and use two jumper wires to the window motor. One wire goes to a good, non-painted surface on the metal body of the van, for a good ground. The other wire goes to a 12 volt source. Touch the two wires of the window motor with the two jumper wires.
Tries to go up? Switch the jumper wires around, and try again.
Posted on Aug 10, 2009
SOURCE: Driver window won't roll up
the window fuses are in the fuse box
but i don't think that's the problem if a window will roll up but not down
or down but not up/////
open the driver door you will see a rubber tube going from the door to
the door jam open the rubber up ill bet you find a few broken wires
all you need to do is splice them back together
if you don't find any brakes in the fuse box the windows are setup
on breakers they might be bad Thar's always a first for every thing
hope this helps you
Posted on May 07, 2011
SOURCE: Power window on driver's side
the only way to answer that is to pull the inner door panel off and jump 12V right to the regulator motor. If it runs, then it is the switch, if not then you need a new regulator. The regulator however has a moving part, being the motor. moving parts wear out faster. And 10 years is about the lifespan of a window motor, and the driver's door gets the most use so it usually dies first. So the default setting is to do the regulator.
Posted on Jun 20, 2011
SOURCE: 98 Lincoln TC - Front
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The relay is loacted in the fusebox. It is clearly labeled along with the fuses. Relays are large and usually black. To test it, have someone press the window switch with the engine off you should hear it click. If it clicks its working, if not then you need to replace it.
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Posted on Jun 25, 2011
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